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Bio-diesel

04/26/2008 12:20 PM

is bio-diesel effective at large scale?

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Re: Bio-diesel

04/26/2008 2:18 PM

Sure! Just follow the present day alcohol fuel example. It is reported about worldwide. Also do read the National Geography issue from last fall, with the title: Biofuel the right way and the wrong way. Followup commentary is plentiful, you will have no difficulty to find any.

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Re: Bio-diesel

04/27/2008 12:02 AM

Bio-Diesel?

Please, during the 1950's USA commercial interstate trucking ran on 100% soy oil and would today if petroleum had not seemed easier to regulate as ascertain taxes from.

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Re: Bio-diesel

04/27/2008 1:02 PM

What does your note has to do with the present day colossal fuckup??? Nothing.

I could quote a research program at Rutgers State University in the eighties going into the nineties on the utility of the unrefined agricultural oil vs. refined one for diesel use. Or I could quote my voting record. What have they common with the present colossal fuckup??? Ne nada, thats what.

Stick to the subject, as hard as that may appear.

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I use bio oils in my life for a looong time. They are useful, and frequently delightful. Then, economic ignoramuses come along, and fuck up the picture.

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Re: Bio-diesel

04/28/2008 2:58 AM

Eh? I thinking hard now...bio-diesel is?

Vegetable oil which has been? Processed needlessly to produce?

The current colossal perfidity as you described is a result of not determining the facts but arguing the symptom instead.

How then is establishing the actual not relevant to the issue?

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Re: Bio-diesel

07/16/2008 3:14 PM

what about is colder climates? does one need a heating element in the tank?

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07/18/2008 2:47 AM

Yes when using vegetable oil you should keep it 119°-150° at all times, 150° is preferable.

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